ARE YOU VISITING OR NEW TO FELLOWSHIP BIBLE CHURCH SHENANDOAH?
THIS IS A GREAT PLACE TO START YOUR JOURNEY.
WE'RE GLAD YOU ARE HERE!
PLAN A VISIT
WHAT TO EXPECT
Simply stated, at Fellowship, we're all about Jesus - getting to know Him better and becoming more like Him. Our church is made up of imperfect people with every kind of story imaginable.
Want to know the best part? No matter what you've been through or what questions you might have about God and faith, Fellowship is a place where you'll find the love, grace, and forgiveness Jesus gives to everyone - and a place where that same love, grace, and forgiveness will help you become the person God has designed you to be. So come as you are and prepare to encounter Jesus and His truth and grace.
We know meeting someone for the first time can be intimidating, and going to a new church for the first time can be nerve-racking. We want to help make your first experience at Fellowship Bible Church a great one!
Sunday Mornings at 10:00 a.m.
133 Benchoff Drive, Woodstock, VA 22664
A Fellowship worship service is about 70 minutes long. The service typically begins with a welcome and then through a blend of traditional and contemporary music, multi-media presentations, and practical teaching, we present the ageless truths of the Bible.
Sundays at Fellowship are exciting, casual, and relaxed. You will see everything from jeans to business casual to coats and ties. Wear what you are most comfortable wearing! Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.
WHAT IS THE GOSPEL?
The word “gospel” simply means “good news,” but we must understand that the gospel of Jesus Christ is not just good news, it is the good news. While we are all sinners (those who have failed to live up to God’s perfect standard), Jesus has provided a way for sinners to be pardoned instead of punished. Through Christ’s death and resurrection, we can have a relationship with God that transforms our lives forever when we place our trust in Jesus alone.
John 3:16 offers a simple outline of the gospel by showing us three things God wants us to know: His love, His gift, and His offer of salvation.
"For God so loved
God’s love is so remarkable because He loves us not for who we are, but in spite of who we are. Harsh words, lies, selfishness—we are guilty of all of these and more. No matter what we’ve done, God still loves us. As sinners who have broken God’s commandments, we deserve His anger rather than his love. But God loves us so much that instead of turning His back on us, He turns His face toward us. Two thousand years ago, His love provided a gift only He could give.